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Ontario Introduces the Efficient Local Government Act

Sep 12, 2018 @ 15:52 Today, Ontario’s Government for the People brought back Ontario’s Legislature and tabled the Efficient Local Government Act. If passed, the Act would invoke Section 33 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and ensure the City of Toronto’s wards and number of councillors are aligned to 25 prior to the municipal election on October ...

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Tuesday Morning News – September 11

Sep 11, 2018 @ 07:54 Weather – A mix of sun and cloud. 40 percent chance of showers early this morning. Fog patches dissipating late this morning. Wind becoming southwest 20 km/h this afternoon. High 21. UV index 6 or high. Marine Weather – Strong wind warning in effect.Wind south 15 knots increasing to south 20 this evening then diminishing to south ...

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Repairs to Damaged Highway – September 6

It is incedible the power that water has. In a very short time, the water washed away banks, eroded under the highway, uprooted culverts, and sent probably a ton of sediment into Lake Superior. Even yesterday afternoon one could see in Lake Superior the sediment that has yet to settle.     Reconstruction of driveways, embankments, shoulders continued from Harmony ...

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Men’s Night Golf – September 6

77 Players 1st FLIGHT: Brandon Mchristi, Alex Auger-4 under par 32 2nd FLIGHT: Francis Dechamplain, Jessy Dechamplain, Joey Dechamplain-3 under par 33 3rd FLIGHT: Jeff Lamon, James Morden, Al MacDonald-1 under par 35 4th FLIGHT: Jim Oleynik, Eric Comtos, Luke Balanger– even par 36 5th FLIGHT: Jose Plante, Dave Lahaye- 3 over par 39 6th FLIGHT: Garth Wheatley, Al Hardy, ...

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SE OPP Chapleau – Charge Female in Family Dispute

On Friday August 31, 2018, members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Superior East (Chapleau) Detachment responded to a local Chapleau address regarding a report of a family dispute. At the scene preliminary investigation revealed that a male had been assaulted by a female. As a result of the investigation, A 28 years old Coldwater, Ontario, female was arrested and ...

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Hughes – La fête du Travail marque des développements importants et souligne les défis actuels

La fête du Travail est à nos portes, marquant la fin des vacances scolaires et le virage inévitable vers l’automne. Bien qu’il soit facile de se concentrer sur le jour férié, il est également important de se rappeler qu’il célèbre de nombreuses campagnes qui ont contribué à façonner nos milieux de travail modernes de maintes façons remarquables. Des défilés de ...

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Thursday Morning News – August 30

Weather – Sunny. Fog patches dissipating this morning. High 17. Marine Weather – Wind light becoming south 10 knots early this morning then increasing to southeast 15 early this evening. Wind southeast 15 Friday. Waves one half metre or less building to one half to one metre this evening. A few showers beginning near noon Friday with a risk of thunderstorms.  

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Ontario Northland – Six nouveaux arrêts d’autobus aux hôpitaux facilitent désormais les déplacements à des fins médicales

Les patients et leurs proches qui habitent dans le Nord de l’Ontario doivent souvent se déplacer sur de grandes distances pour recevoir des soins de santé.  Plutôt que d’y aller en voiture ou de rechercher un autre moyen de transport, Ontario Northland offre un service de transport régulier quotidien à plusieurs hôpitaux de la région. De déclarer Tracy MacPhee, directrices ...

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Three Garden River Men charged in Drug Investigation

Members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU), Provincial Operations Intelligence Bureau (POIB) with the assistance of Anishinabek Police Service (APS) arrested three males and laid numerous charges related to a drug offences investigation. As a result of the investigation, officers seized 76 grams of suspected Cocaine/Crack, 17.8 grams of suspected Crystal Methamphetamine, 4.4 grams of ...

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Société d’aide au développement des collectivités Supérieur Est – Publication semi-annuelle Résumé des activités

La Société d’aide au développement des collectivités Supérieur Est (SADCSE) est un organisme sans but lucratif offrant des services de développement économique communautaire régional aux PME  et communautés de la région Supérieur Est.   Au cours du premier semestre de 2018 le conseil d’administration a approuvé des prêts totalisant 740 767$,  incluant 574 100$ en prêts locaux. Ces prêts ont ...

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LSPP Night at the Museum

Did you know the first provincial Park was created 125 years ago? This is something to celebrate. LSPP will be opening the Agawa Bay Visitor Centre doors after hours tonight, Friday August 24th to offer tea, hot chocolate, campfires, s’mores, donuts, and a really great time! Join us to discover back country camping, paint along with our naturalists, and stop ...

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Friday Morning News – August 24

Aug 24, 2018 at 07:54 Weather – Increasing cloudiness. 30 percent chance of showers late this afternoon. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind becoming southwest 20 km/h early this afternoon. High 21. Humidex 26. UV index 6 or high. Marine – Strong wind warning in effect.Wind south 15 knots backing to southeast 15 early this evening then increasing to southeast 20 near ...

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State of the North Conference features local perspectives and international ideas

Attendees at Northern Policy Institute (NPI)’s second annual State of the North Conference presented by Northern Ontario Workforce Planning will learn firsthand from the experiences of both local communities and international leaders on taxation and policy experimentation. This year’s conference, ‘Bold Approaches: Taxing for Growth’, promises to deliver bold ideas and spark important discussions about the state of Ontario’s northern ...

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Province-wide public consultations begin in September regarding Ontario Curriculum

Parents from across Ontario will finally have the opportunity to have their voices heard on the kind of curriculum their children are taught in school. Premier Doug Ford and Lisa Thompson, Minister of Education, has announced the scope of an unprecedented parental consultation into Ontario’s curriculum. “We promised to deliver an education system that put the rights of parents first ...

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